Preschool Children: Unleash the Heathens!

Dad’s Gonna Lose It!   Preschool Children – Unleash the Heathens! Our son begins preschool this year. That’s a terrifying concept. This child that I have rocked to sleep so many times over the past few years is finally taking his first steps on the path to manhood. This child that struggles with getting more […]

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Planes Trains Automobiles – Dad’s Gonna Lose It!

Planes Trains Automobiles – Dad’s Gonna Lose It! Planes trains and automobiles… On our latest miniature road trip – My family and I went to the Discovery Park of America in Union City, TN. It was a spur of the moment idea and we didn’t realize it was storming outside. Regardless of the weather, though, […]

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Childhood Apraxia of Speech – Silence is not golden

Silence is not always golden. Daddy. Mommy. Every parent of a newborn child is basically just waiting to hear these words babbled for the first time. Those incoherent, first mispronunciations give us hope that our child will be brilliant and eloquent. After all, they started talking so much earlier than Bob’s little brat did right? […]

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Becoming Superdad – making time

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! He’s a coach, a great father and husband, a wonderful employee and the most popular guy in the neighborhood! The guy with the great house and nice car! Okay fine. It’s Superdad. The prick. We all know THAT guy. He’s always in a good mood and it’s probably because he’s […]

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Dad’s Gonna Lose It! – Stomach acrobatics

Dad’s Gonna Lose It! The stomach olympics Since the arrival of our little bundle of joy my wife and I have wondered what was going to happen the first time we experience our toddler vomiting. It’s a valid question since I can’t hear someone do it without gagging. Thinking about a time when I saw […]

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Conversations With a Two Year Old

It’s no secret that conversations with children can be entertaining to say the least. My two year old is no different. While I could post everything he says on social media and become​ one of those annoying parents that think everything their little angel does is news worthy. Instead I’m going to pretend that using […]

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A Letter to New Fathers

  Welcome, friend, to the start of an impossible journey. In truth this will be your final journey. Oh, there will be others along the way, but never far from the path that you’ve just embarked on. And all of them will pale in comparison to the what will truly be your largest endeavor yet. […]

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13 Reasons Why Review

13 Reasons Why 13 Reasons Why This is a powerful series, based on the book by Jay Asher(above) focusing on the life on a teenage girl named Hannah and all the socially interconnected dealings she has with her school mates. Sadly, you learn early on that Hannah is dead. She committed suicide and it boils […]

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